Dancehall king parties in Harare
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Dancehall king parties in Harare

SEVEN years ago, thousands of dancehall fans experienced one of the most epic shows ever…

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‘Vimbai’ revives romance with local film
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‘Vimbai’ revives romance with local film

IN the early 2000s, Anne Nhira was probably one of the most popular actors in…

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Poetic inspiration  from a philosopher
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Poetic inspiration from a philosopher

IT has been a while since I read motivational literature. My supply of fiction has…

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True stories — the untold stories
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True stories — the untold stories

Here’s a little fact that many may not know: one of the oldest known films…

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It’s One Big Party
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It’s One Big Party

Chelsea Moyo and Andrew Moyo HATE him or love him – Jah Prayzah has star…

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Time for a ‘Progress check’
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Time for a ‘Progress check’

A glimpse into the ‘House of Spies’
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A glimpse into the ‘House of Spies’

Not too long ago, Al-Qaeda was the most talked about terror group in the world.…

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A feast at the House of Hunger
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A feast at the House of Hunger

The House of Hunger Poetry Slam is one of the platforms that made a significant…

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Zindoga’s deceptive masterpiece
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Zindoga’s deceptive masterpiece

TWO weeks ago, Zimbabwe’s literary fraternity welcomed yet another talented writer as Tichaona Zindoga launched…

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Miss Zim back on ramp
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Miss Zim back on ramp

Suspense, action in  ‘The Silent Corner’
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Suspense, action in ‘The Silent Corner’

WITH a career spanning four decades, best selling author Dean Koontz is not showing any…

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Tin Tin bounces back
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Tin Tin bounces back

Andrew Moyo — ZBC TV viewers have lately been spoilt for choice with numerous vibrant…

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New poetry gem unearthed
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New poetry gem unearthed

Andrew Moyo — IN any genre of art, sport or even politics — new players…

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